Tullow Oil are headquartered in London, England and employ over 900 people worldwide. The company have interests in 90 licences in 22 countries, are a constituent of FTSE 100 index with shares quoted on the London and Irish Stock Exchanges.
Tullow Oil's operations are global and span Africa, Europe, South Asia and South America. In recent years, in particular, activities and investment have been focused on major projects in Ghana and Uganda, which together with an exciting exploration portfolio across Africa, establishes Tullow as Africa's leading independent oil company.
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Sterling Energy plc (Ticker Symbol: SEY), the AIM listed upstream oil and gas company with interests in Africa, announces that completion has now occurred under the sale and purchase agreement between its wholly owned subsidiary, Sterling Energy Mauritania Limited and Tullow Mauritania Limited to ac... Thursday, July 30, 2015
Oil price A very short blog again this morning, company news is thin on the ground and I am off to TipTV to run through a few stocks. A bit mixed yesterday, the market sort of followed the greenback which is not surprising and the news from China seemed a little better, at least not much worse. Wh... Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Tullow Oil plc, the independent oil and gas exploration and production group, announces its half year results for the six months ended 30 June 2015. Commenting today, Aiden Heavey, Chief Executive, said: 'Our financial results for the first half of 2015 are in line with market expectations and ref... Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Oil price The oil price drifted last week mainly as a result of the conclusion of the Iran nuclear talks. I detailed the time-frame in the blog which implies exports of crude maybe early next year but as for floating storage it is more a case of gentlemen start your engines, with tankers already he... Monday, July 20, 2015
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Tullow Oil plc announces that gas export from the Jubilee Field to the Ghana Gas plant at Atuabo has been suspended since 3 July 2015 due to technical issues with gas compression systems on the FPSO Kwame Nkrumah and is expected to resume by mid-August. Oil production is currently constrained to app... Monday, July 20, 2015